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  1. great rooms
    A Floating Home-Away-From-HomeLyndsay Caleo Karol and Fitzhugh Karol’s getaway boat, Lucy, sleeps eight and is moored at Brooklyn Bridge Park.
  2. great rooms
    Tour a Seaside Castle in the RockawaysCecilia Dean and David Selig’s beach retreat is more than a weekend surf lodge; it’s also a space for the burgeoning local arts community.
  3. space of the week
    A Ranch House Turned Modern OasisDesigner Matthew Patrick Smyth’s new book on interiors includes images of a 1976 prefab deck house, which he transformed for himself and his husband.
  4. space of the week
    Home Is Where This Designer’s Art IsEdward Wilkerson lives among a sophisticated palette of black and white, photos and art, and pieces he’s collected while traveling the world.
  5. space of the week
    Transforming a 1980s Time CapsuleInterior designer Leyden Lewis turned a dated high-rise apartment in midtown into a livable modern gallery.
  6. great rooms
    A Mid-Century in the Catskills With Room to Make ArtThe Fiery Furnaces’ Eleanor Friedberger and artist Michael Berryhill found the perfect house in a not-yet-hip town upstate.
  7. space of the week
    The Artist Reimagining What Home Looks Like for Black FamiliesMalene Barnett, founder of Black Artists and Designers Guild, is building a virtual concept house that highlights the work of black designers.
  8. design hunting
    A Building Where the 19th Century Met the 21stInside the multiple lives of an apartment at the Osborne — Edwardian décor in 1910, eclectic maximalism in 1967, and airy and modern in 2017.
  9. space of the week
    A Former Brewery Gets Transformed Into a Magnificent Family HomeArchitect and designer Jeffery Povero transformed the good bones of a gracious loft into a welcoming space for a couple with two young children.
  10. design hunting
    Tour a New York Rarity: A (Mostly) Untouched Artist’s LoftTaken with the endless possibilities of a 4,000-square-foot space, decorator Cheryl Mowinckel did what most people can’t: She left it alone — almost.
  11. design hunting
    A Reykjavík Pied-à-Terre Inspired by the Natural Colors of IcelandDesigner Sheila Bridges took inspiration for her second home from the hues of the northern lights, the North Atlantic, basalt rocks, and black sand.
  12. space of the week
    A Designer’s Beloved Dollhouse, and Her Cherished 475-Square-Foot StudioFor Susannah Talley, downsizing took on new meaning after moving to a tiny New York apartment and restoring an abandoned dollhouse.
  13. space of the week
    An Artist-Architect Breathes New Life Into a Brooklyn Row HouseShane Neufeld’s year-old firm recently completed its first major project — the renovation of a dilapidated home in Bed-Stuy for his family.
  14. design hunting
    A 1950s Bungalow, Transformed by an All-Black-and-White Paint JobIn order to turn a quaint cottage into an optical-illusion art house, architect Jean Verville had to use what he calls “conceptual space projections.”
  15. space of the week
    The Tribeca Loft That Doubles As a Design ShowroomDanish Brand Vipp’s third-generation owners live in a loft with their wares on display.
  16. space of the week
    An Interior Designer’s ‘Chic and Disorderly’ Dream Home“There is a general opinion that maximalism is about clutter, but everything in this apartment has its spot, and every object engages the eye.”
  17. space of the week
    The Artist-Entrepreneur With a Keen Eye for NatureThe Museum of Arts and Design’s exhibition “Vera Paints a Scarf: The Art and Design of Vera Neumann” is a jubilant journey.
  18. space of the week
    An Elegant Duplex Where Simple Moves Made a Big DifferenceThe owners of this lower-level unit in a Clinton Hill townhouse felt the developer’s tasteful renovation needed a tweak to jibe with their style.
  19. ask the experts
    Why Sustainably Sourced Furniture Is Worth the InvestmentAnd more expert advice from furniture designer Alexandra Climent.
  20. space of the week
    Inside an Artist Turned Designer’s Candy-Colored LoftMichael Katz, who recently passed away, left a vibrant legacy, created inside his 2,500-square-foot candy-colored loft.
  21. space of the week
    A Fashion Editor’s Greenwich Village RefugeSisters Tonne and Wendy Goodman shared a room growing up, and today, by sheer coincidence, they live around the corner from one another.
  22. space of the week
    A Trip (or Two) to the Past at Christie’sExperts weigh in on two 18th and 19th century furniture and decorative arts collections, which will soon be at auction.
  23. space of the week
    A Radically Rehabbed Brooklyn Heights TownhouseThe co-founders of Brooklyn Home Company restored and decorated this six-bedroom 1854 Greek Revival as if they were doing it for their own family.
  24. space of the week
    A Cozy, Modern Apartment With a Sense of HistoryD’Aquino Monaco’s design director Dane Pressner says this client “did not want a modern apartment, but she did want a modern attitude.”
  25. space of the week
    Magical Finds From the Eighth Annual Salon Art + DesignThe yearly event continues to bewitch, dazzle, and even bewilder visitors with its awe-inspiring pieces and spectacular installations.
  26. space of the week
    A Sag Harbor Beach House That’s Suitable for All SeasonsWhen her clients wanted to create a year-round retreat, designer Delia Brennen outfitted the space in a seasonless black-and-white palette.
  27. space of the week
    How to Retire on Both Coasts at OnceA visit to the Manhattan and Beverly Hills homes of Mark Lee, Broadway producer and former Barneys CEO.
  28. space of the week
    A Window Into 20th Century Design, in a DollhouseTemple Studio opened this week with a trove of artists’ textiles and wall coverings — plus, Doug Meyer’s deeply detailed dollhouse.
  29. space of the week
    Inside a Backyard Yurt in BrooklynSleeping in the wilds of Bed-Stuy gets analog-camera guru Kyle Depew into nature. (It saves on rent, too.)
  30. space of the week
    A Tribeca Condo Where Playful Glamour Meets Graphic ContentInterior designer Jessica Ayromloo combined a clean, contemporary black-and-white palette with a side of color and a riff on Memphis design.
  31. space of the week
    A Spectacular Waterfront Apartment, Customized for a Young FamilyArchitect West Chin made this Dumbo home where the views provide live entertainment 24/7 even better for her clients.
  32. space of the week
    Getting by With a Little Art From Your FriendsArtist Katie Stout and her husband are in quarantine in their Fort Greene apartment, which feels a bit enchanted.
  33. space of the week
    An Adventurous Renovation for a Growing FamilyInterior designer Zach Motl took a bold approach decorating a classic prewar in Murray Hill in record time for clients expecting their first child.
  34. fall design
    A Soho Loft That Still Feels Like a Soho LoftOther than adding a kitchen and a bathroom, the artist Dorothea Rockburne hasn’t done much to the place since she moved in more than forty years ago.
  35. design hunting
    A Brooklyn House That Moves From One Stylish Family Member to the NextThis brownstone features original 1900 plasterwork, zingy paint treatments, and artwork from Uganda, Angola, and Zimbabwe.
  36. space of the week
    A Designer’s Alfresco Escape in BrooklynDuring the summer months, Robert Farrell retreats to the outdoor garden room he spent decades cultivating.
  37. design hunting
    A New Book Spotlights Dogs Living the Good Life — With Their Designer OwnersIn At Home with Dogs and their Designers, canines lounge on beautiful beds, perch on designer chairs, and sprawl across immaculately manicured lawns.
  38. space of the week
    An East Hampton Home Filled With ‘Living Décor’Anthony Watts’s company, Layer, helps clients incorporate plants into interior design. His own house is his laboratory.
  39. space of the week
    The Fabric of a Textile Designer’s LifeAnmy Leuthold recently launched a new business in Woodstock, where she and her husband have been restoring an old carriage house and a barn.
  40. space of the week
    An Interior Designer’s Mighty Home MakeoverBeth Diana Smith left the corporate world to pursue her passion for design. Her home décor illustrates why that was a great idea.
  41. space of the week
    12 Highlights From Design Week in New YorkFrom the International Contemporary Furniture Fair to Sight Unseen, and the venues in between.
  42. design hunting
    3 Nordic Women Designers Defining Modern HyggeThe recently released Real Nordic Living offers a broader and more up-to-date idea of what constitutes Scandinavian design.
  43. design hunting
    Where Isaac Mizrahi Finds His Favorite Lamps, Silverware, and Paintings“I love being taken by surprise by things I wasn’t expecting to love and becoming obsessed with them.”
  44. space of the week
    A Landmarked 19th-Century Brownstone Gets a Sunny RefreshThe renovation, led by architect Alexandra Barker, focused on reinstating the magnificence of the Italianate home while adding fresh panache.
  45. design hunting
    57 New and Downright-Gorgeous Things You’ll Want For Your HomeFrom golden lighting to a Dolce & Gabbana–wrapped fridge.
  46. ask the experts
    A Master Framer on How to Preserve Artwork for Decades“No work should ever be hung so sunlight passes directly over it.”
  47. space of the week
    An Insider’s View of the Grit and Glamour of the Fashion WorldAmy Fine Collins’s new book, The International Best-Dressed List, chronicles the history of stylish, larger-than-life personalities.
  48. space of the week
    At Home With Françoise GilotThe 98-year-old artist, who had two children with Pablo Picasso and went on to marry Jonas Salk, still paints every day in her New York apartment.
  49. design hunting
    Here’s the Color for Everyone Who’s Sick of Pale PinkA starter pack of new textiles, wallpaper, and Gucci homewares — all in teal.
  50. space of the week
    A Martha Stewart Editor’s Meticulously Organized OfficeConsistency and attention to detail are at the root of Darcy Miller’s success.
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